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EarthX Reduces Carbon Footprint With Organic Soil “Probiotics” From Locus Agricultural Solutions

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EarthX 2019 will pull carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during the largest environmental event, thanks to a new and innovative approach—microbial soil “probiotic” treatments from biotech pioneer Locus Agricultural Solutions (Locus AG). The turf treated has the potential to sequester up to 3.2 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents from the atmosphere annually per acre.

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Patented “Probiotics” Yield Rapid Impacts On Greenhouse Gases & Agricultural Productivity

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Positive data is confirming there is a unique solution to reduce greenhouse gases that is working today through an unexpected source: agricultural “probiotics”. Rhizolizer®, a line of customizable, non-GMO soil treatments from Locus Agricultural Solutions® (Locus AG) has proven to be the first microbial tool to successfully improve struggling agricultural productivity while also reducing greenhouse gases and sequestering carbon—making it the first low-cost solution that optimizes grower profits and improves environmental impact.

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Organic Certification Of “Probiotics” For Agriculture Use Approved

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Using fresh, customizable “probiotic” treatments to increase crop productivity from the ground up has quickly become a primary strategy for growers across the country—and the trend is now expanding into organic agriculture. Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) recently approved an organic formulation of Rhizolizer™, a line of non-GMO microbial soil amendments that has proven to be highly successful in increasing yields and reducing time to harvest. The unique treatments, which were developed by Locus Agricultural Solutions™, LLC (Locus AG), have drastically improved the vitality of more than 40,000 acres of crops, leading to demand for organic offerings.

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